Re: Inability to look you in the eye
Well lets start by saying this isn't dyslexia, dyslexia in essence is issues with short term memory which have knock on effects with things writing, non-written math, languages etc.
instead this is more likely to be a lack of confidence likely to have been brought on by a combination of your over pressuring her to find something do excel in, and the many people you have her seeing for the dyslexia (dyslexia is not necessarily a bad thing, on average dyslexic people will score above average in IQ tests, and are incredibly creative)
as for the shooting, thats a bit trickier, but i think it could be a result of your over encouraging her to take up this new sport, and her not wanting to let you down.
instead try allowing her to find things for herself, that way you'll know she'll have a real interest in it, then this subject should be encouraged, she's only 14 these thing come with time. but having said that you can make it easier by simply showing her whats out there. Like i said earlier dyslexic people as a whole are very creative. This is something to think about. for example, does she like music, or art?
basically, continue to encourage her to do things but not so much that she feels forced into doing them. It might also be worth reading a book like 'the gift of Dysexia', this could help you to see the positives of it and help to build your daughters confidence.
hope this helps